The innovative solution to scouring and erosion control in landscaping projects and waterbodies
We specialize in the design, supply, and construction of Geosynthetic Systems.
AquaRockBags are highly effective in providing scour protection around structures like bridge piers and abutments. Placed strategically, these bags dissipate the energy of flowing water, preventing soil erosion and scouring around critical infrastructure.
AquaRockBags offers a reliable solution for stabilizing shorelines against the erosive forces of waves and currents. Whether along rivers, lakes, or coastlines, these bags act as a robust barrier, preventing soil loss and protecting the integrity and the natural beauty of the shoreline.
Temporary Solutions on the Construction Site
In construction and civil engineering projects, AquaRockBags serve as temporary work solutions. They can be deployed quickly and easily to create barriers or stabilize areas temporarily, providing an efficient and adaptable erosion control measure during the construction phase.
AquaRockBags can be used to create artificial reefs. These bags, when strategically placed, offer a substrate for marine life to attach and thrive, enhancing biodiversity and creating habitats for various aquatic organisms.
Why use AquaRockBag?
There are so many reasons why AquaRockBags should be your go-to solution in your search for geosynthetic needs:
AquaRockBag is engineered to withstand the toughest conditions, providing long-lasting protection against erosion. Its robust construction ensures reliability, even in high-flow water environments.
Made from recycled and recyclable materials, it both protects lands and waterbodies while contributing to a greener, more sustainable future.
Save time and resources with AquaRockBag’s straightforward process that can be adapted to various applications, even in challenging environments like deep water.
AquaRockBags requires minimal labor for installation and uses a straightforward installation, which translates to a lower overall cost.
Design and Construction Services
A flexible, concrete impregnated fabric that hardens when hydrated to form a thin, durable, water proof and fire resistant concrete layer, thus allowing concrete construction without the need for plant or mixing equipment.
Impermeable synthetic membranes used for containment. These geosynthetics are made from materials such as high-density polyethylene, polypropylene, or polyvinyl chloride. This type of geosynthetics is mostly used for landfill lining, pond lining and water reservoirs.
Fabrics manufactured from synthetic fibers such as polyester. These fabrics are made to be permeable in order to provide filtration, separation, reinforcement and drainage in various soil profiles.
Specialized drainage systems that integrate geotextile and drainage core materials into a single product. These drains are engineered to effectively extract excess water or fluids from the soil or structure, ensuring efficient drainage and preventing potential damage caused by water accumulation.
Geogrids are typically made from polymers such as polypropylene or polyester and are available in various forms, including grid-like structures with openings. Its primary purpose in construction is to enhance the stability and strength of soil or other materials by providing reinforcement.
Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mats
Synthetic fibers that are mechanically bonded to a thin layer of cementitious material, resulting in a flexible, durable, and thin concrete layer. These mats can be used in both new and rehabilitation construction projects. They provide solutions for erosion control, slope stabilization, channel lining and protection, and infrastructure repair among others.